Linkin Park’s fourth album, ‘A Thousand Suns’, is scheduled for release on September 14th, 2010.
New leak off that 24 Hour Karate School, which seems to be as believable as Sasquatch at the moment… Anyway, shouts to DGB. DOWNLOAD: Ski Beatz – Scaling the Building f. Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa
Yesterday, Em stopped by his Shade 45 Sirius Radio Station, along with Mr. Porter, Alchemist, and Paul Rosenberg to discuss his #1 album, Recovery. During the interview, he dissects the songs “On Fire,” “Won’t Back Down,” “Not Afraid,” “No Love,” “25 to Life,” “Almost Famous,” and “You’re Never Over.” Shouts to RR. STREAM: Eminem – … Continue reading
1. Mixtape For Dummies (Intro) 2. Playa’s Ball 3. Benz or Beamer 4. Dirty South 5. Royal Flush 6. ATLiens 7. Shutterbugg 8. Throw Ya Hands Up 9. Cruisin’ In The ATL (Skit) 10. Hootie Hoo 11. Hood Figga 12. D-Boy (Skit) 13. So Hood 14. Kryptonite 15. B.O.B 16. Ghetto Music 17. The Way … Continue reading
Reflecting on the recent loss of his longtime friend and collaborator, Camu Tao, Copywrite turns to producer RJD2 and Middle Distance Runner, an indie rock band. Off Copywrite’s upcoming album, The Life and Times of Peter Nelson, dropping in October. DOWNLOAD: Copywrite – Forever and a Day’ f. Middle Distance Runner (prod. RJD2) | The … Continue reading
Eminem has landed his sixth straight No. 1 album; selling 741,000 copies in the first week of Recovery‘s release. Marshall’s album also had the second-biggest digital week in history (255,000); only behind Coldplay’s 2008 album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (288,000). Recovery is the highest selling album since AC/DC’s 2008 album, … Continue reading
The new single hit iTunes last night off Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, dropping July 6th. DOWNLOAD: Big Boi – Tangerin f. T.I. [Full/CDQ] | Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty
Marshall has apparently put his differences aside with Entourage producer Mark Wahlberg, as the legendary rapper is set to make an appearance on the seventh season’s (now airing) finale. EW reports that the scene will take place at a platinum party for Em’s Recovery album. He will play himself and gets in an argument with … Continue reading
Much like before with “My Drive Thru” featuring Santogold, Julian Casablancas, and N.E.R.D., Converse is bringing together three artists from different musical styles/genres to create an original song for their Three Artists, One Song campaign. For this round, Converse has pulled together Kid Cudi, Bethany Cosentino (of Best Coast), and Rostam Batmanglij (of Vampire Weekend). … Continue reading
Cole speaks about turning in his debut album, producing, Pharrell, No I.D., wanting to produce for Nas & more. Cont reading to watch his performance that was cut for commercial! If i’m not mistaken sounds like he added a new verse to on “A Star Is Born” for his performance =o) Next year is the … Continue reading
Say what you will, but Chris Brown stole the show last night with this amazing, heart-felt tribute to the late pop star. Do I think the tears were a forced attempt at acquiring sympathy for a man looked at with such disgust and hatred? Of course. Whether or not the tears were real or not, … Continue reading
Keshia Cole took over for the chorus off B.o.B.’s blockbuster single, “Airplanes”, which he brought out Marshall for, which lead into his performance of “Not Afraid.”
‘Ye opened the show with his new single, “Power”, tonight on the 2010 BET Awards.
Fuck the slow ass Weekends for news. Two Eminem posts in a row? Sure, why not. Marshall stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform the worst cut off his Recovery album, “Won’t Back Down”, backed by the Roots. Good to see the man all hyped and confident in his stage presence again finally.
Marshall Mathers and Shawn Carter took to the rooftop of the Ed Sullivan Theatre to promote their upcoming concerts in New York & Detroit. Jay-Z performed his hit single “On To The Next One” off The Blueprint 3, while Em performed his Recovery single, “Not Afraid.” The two together later performed their classic “Renegade” off … Continue reading
Legend & The Roots re-craft a lost classic by the great, yet somehow underappreciated, soul singer Ernie Hines. Mississippi-born, Hines grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he got his start singing in the church. This song will also be featured on their upcoming album, Wake Up.
On being the best-selling artist of the last decade “I don’t think I’ve actually stopped to think about it,” Eminem says by phone from his home in Detroit, while on a brief break between trips to promote Recovery. “I never thought that my life would amount to this. But to be able to sit back … Continue reading
Up top, Jay-Z talks with Letterman about Lebron James’ future, the Brookyln Nets, and more. Down below, take a look at a preview of Eminem’s Top 10 list. Performances coming tomorrow night…
Khalil & Chin recording the opening vocals on Eminem’s Almost Famous; off his newly released Recovery album.
In part 2 of Big Boy’s interview, Eminem talks about how he almost dissed Kanye and Lil Wayne on Recovery. PREVIOUSLY: Eminem – Big Boy Interview Pt. I (Video)
For those of you who missed out on Vol.1, the Deffinitions series consists of instrumentals pulled from Tonedeff’s sprawling production discography. From the obscure, to the rare, to the recently released, these (majority) never-before-released instrumentals once again present the full-range of one of the most underrated MC/Producers in Hip Hop. Continuing the prior release’s format, … Continue reading
Here goes some visuals for the first single off Cole’s upcoming debut album, due (hopefully) to drop sometime in October.
How I Got Over is the ninth studio album by American hip hop band The Roots, released June 22, 2010 on Def Jam Recordings. Production for the album was primarily handled by band members Black Thought and Questlove during 2008 to 2009. Tracklist: A Peace of Light f. Amber Coffman, Angel Deradoorian & Haley Dekle … Continue reading